Coordonnateurs

Journée annuelle de spécialité : Démystifier la neurologie pédiatrique

Maryam Oskoui, MD, MSc (Epi), FRCPC, FAAN (she/her/elle)
Directrice de la division de neurologie pédiatrique, Hôpital de Montréal pour enfants, CUSM;
Professeure agrégée, Départements de pédiatrie, et de Neurologie et neurochirurgie, Université McGill, Montréal, QC

Dr. Oskoui is a Clinician Scientist and Director of Pediatric Neurology at the Montreal Children’s Hospital. She completed her pediatric neurology residency at McGill University (Montréal, Canada), pediatric neuromuscular clinical and research fellowship at Columbia University (New York, USA) and Master’s of Science in Clinical Epidemiology at McGill University. Dr. Oskoui is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Pediatrics and Neurology Neurosurgery, and a Senior Clinical Research Scholar of the FRQ-S with a focus in pediatric neuromuscular disorders. She has contributed to over 100 peer reviewed publications and is Principal investigator and SMA lead for INFORM RARE (https://www.informrare.ca/), a Strategy for Patient Oriented Research innovative clinical trial initiative supported by CIHR. Dr. Oskoui serves as an evidence-based methodologist for the American Academy of Neurology and has contributed to numerous clinical care guidelines. She is a Board member for the Association des Neurologues du Québec and serves on the scientific advisory committee of Muscular Dystrophy Canada and Muscular Dystrophy UK Oxford Neuromuscular Centre.

Elisabeth Simard-Tremblay, MD, FRCPC, CSCN(EEG)
Neurologue pédiatrique / épileptologue, division de neurologie pédiatrique, Hôpital de Montréal pour enfants, CUSM;
Professeure adjointe, Départements de pédiatrie, et de Neurologie et neurochirurgie, Université McGill, Montréal, QC

Dr. Simard-Tremblay is a pediatric neurologist and epileptologist at the Montreal Children’s Hospital. She did her pediatric neurology residency at McGill University and completed a 2-year fellowship in epilepsy and neurophysiology at the Seattle Children’s Hospital, University of Washington. She is currently an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Pediatrics, Neurology & Neurosurgery at McGill University. She has a strong interest in the treatment of children with drug-resistant epilepsy, including surgical and dietary options.

Problèmes pratiques en pédiatrie

Helena Evangeliou, MDCM, MBA, FRCPC
Pédiatre, Directrice médicale, Hôpital pédiatrique de jour, Hôpital de Montréal pour enfants, CUSM;
Professeure adjointe de clinique, Université McGill, Montréal, QC

Dr. Evangeliou is an academic general pediatrician with additional training in pediatric infectious diseases and management. After completing pediatric residency at the Montreal Children’s Hospital, she went on to the CHU Sainte-Justine for a fellowship in pediatric Infectious Diseases and to HEC Montréal for a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA). She then worked at CHU Sainte-Justine for several years, then re-joined the Montreal Children’s Hospital in 2020 where she is an attending on the wards, the Medical Day Hospital as well as in the outpatient setting (Multicultural Clinic and Infectious Diseases).

Currently, she is the Medical Director of the Pediatric Medical Day Hospital (MDH) where her focus is on building partnerships within and beyond the division of General Pediatrics in order to optimize the service offer of the MDH. Finally, she has been involved in initiatives aimed at improving patient flow and processes throughout the hospital and has a particular interest for antibiotic stewardship in both inpatient and outpatient settings.

Chi-Minh Phi, MD, FRCP(C)
Pédiatre, Chef de programme – Programme de santé du Nord, Hôpital de Montréal pour enfants, CUSM;
Professeur adjoint de pédiatrie, Université McGill, Montréal, QC

Dr. Phi did his medical school training at Dalhousie University and completed his residency in General Pediatrics at McGill University. Currently, he divides his clinical responsibilities between his roles as a liaison consultant pediatrician in the Northern and Native Child Health Program at the Montreal Children’s Hospital and as a community practitioner in the West Island. A classical violinist and aficionado of ballroom dancing, his greatest joy comes from experiencing his two sons’ daily adventures alongside his wife.

John Yaremko, MD, FRCPC
Pédiatre, Hôpital de Montréal pour enfants; Professeur adjoint, Université McGill, Montréal, QC

Diplômé en médecine de l'Université McGill en 1980, le Dr Yaremko a complété sa formation en pédiatrie à l'Hôpital de Montréal pour enfants. Il a travaillé à l'Urgence et dans les services cliniques de l'HME, et il participe toujours aux activités de formation médicale continue de l'HME et de l'université McGill. Co-directeur de la conférence annuelle Problèmes pratiques en pédiatrie de l'Université McGill, il organise également des conférences sur la gastroentérologie et la nutrition, le TDAH et l'immunisation et la prévention. Il est également professeur adjoint aux départements de pédiatrie et de médecine familiale de l'Université McGill

David Rothstein, MDCM, CCFP
Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine, McGill University

Dr Rothstein est diplômé en médecine de l'Université McGill et a complété sa formation en médecine familiale au Centre hospitalier de St. Mary à Montréal. Il occupe actuellement un poste d'enseignant associé au département de médecine familiale de l'Université McGill, et agit à titre de médecin responsable à Elna Pédiatrie TinyTots Décarie.